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The Government of Punjab on December 19, 2023, published the Draft Punjab Motor Vehicle Aggregator Rules, 2023. The following has been stated namely: It states that these rules shall apply to all Aggregators operating in the state of Punjab and shall apply to all motor vehicles and e-rickshaws.

Intermediate Public Transport (IPT) caters to 17% of the daily trips in Lucknow. This short report offers an overview of IPT vehicles i.e. auto-rickshaws, tempos and e-rickshaws in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. The team conducted a survey in Lucknow, covering 322 IPT drivers to understand their vehicular, operational and economic characteristics.

In a major move to fight air pollution, the Delhi government released this draft policy which aims to ensure adoption of 25 per cent e-vehicles among new registrations

Doing its bit towards a cleaner environment, the 13 Battalion, CRPF, here provided an e-rickshaw to its staff to fetch goods of routine use.

The government's National Electric Mobility Mission Plan 2020 envisages achieving 6-7 million sales of hybrid and e-vehicles by 2020

The current overview report is part of the output report for the project “Supporting Smart Urban Mobility and Built Environment in Indian Cities” under Grant Ref: G 15 SSEF-140 , implemented during period of October 2015 to January 2017.

KOLHAPUR: The Regional Transport Office (RTO) has given permission to electronic rickshaw or e-rickshaw service in specific city areas, like the Central Bus Stand (CBS) and the Mahalaxmi Temple.

The Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has accepted the recommendations of its committee that has proposed a suitable regulatory framework to promote shared mobility, liberalise existing taxi permit systems and encourage new forms of urban mobility to create reliable alternatives to car ownership. These guidelines provide the common framework for detailed regulations for taxi operations in cities and states. 

More than a year after the Delhi government started the e-rickshaw registration process, thousands are still plying illegally in the city.

Battery-operated rickshaws, locally called ‘totos,’ are now allowed to ply in Fort William, the headquarters of Eastern Command, for civilians to commute in the 177-acre campus.